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The importance of working hard and seeking new experiences as an EA with Stacie Hill

We got the chance to sit down with Stacie Hill, Executive Coordinator at WorkPac and the 2019 runner-up EA of the Year...

Book Review: Made to Thrive by Brad Giles

A great read for any executive level EA, or one aspiring to work in executive administration. As EAs we have so much...

Disaster Relief Appeal brings aid to fire affected communities

Whilst the bushfire disasters earlier this year have been overshadowed by lockdowns and restrictions, many people across Australia are still struggling to rebuild...

Half of managers fear their employees are at risk of ‘burnout’, as WHO officially recognise burnout as a medical diagnosis

Despite ‘burnout’ not being a new phenomenon — identified as early as 1974 — the World Health Organisation (WHO) has only officially...

Organisations returning staff to the workplace are 9 times more likely to plan a Christmas party

Business confidence in organisations that have started the return of their employees back to the workplace and are working to a timetable,...

Cultural Insanity (and the roadmap to great organisational culture) by Ross Judd

2020 has seen workplaces shift as a result of the increase in virtual working platforms, impacts on interaction and behaviour, and transformation through change....

Controversial EA job add wants short breaks, shuns tattoos and few “personal constraints”

A recent job posting for an EA role has raised eyebrows for listing a series of what many perceive as unreasonable demands for the...

Office Essentials: Evernote

This isn’t just another note-taking app. Evernote is a comprehensive and customisable piece of software that makes sure you won’t forget a thing. Sign...

Book review: The Dynamic Leader

The Dynamic Leader by Shelley Flett As Assistant’s and Support’s we rarely describe ourselves as Leader’s but our roles require us to have all the...

Book Review: Culture Fix

Colin D Ellis’s book shows organisations of all sizes how to create and maintain healthy workplace cultures through the personality of their staff. He...

Book Review: Career Conversations

A clear and approachable guide to career coaching from a noticeably experienced and passionate coach. It covers the core concepts of assumption busting, building...

Book Review: Quietly Powerful

Quitely Powerful by Megumi Miki Initially intrigued by the title, this book goes beyond introversion and was enjoyable to read from the perspectives of both...